unusually low

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  • He is known for his unusually low voice (especially at his age).
  • It was unusually low in the holes last year, but this season very few indeed contained any. Cited from Interior of Eastern Australia, Vol 2 (of 2), by Thomas Mitchell
  • Nay, that it has been seen, when the water of the lake was unusually low. Cited from Abbotsford and Newstead Abbey, by W. Irving
  • Coverage in rural areas is unusually low, given the level of economic development and sector development.
  • This could be due to an unusually low death rate on the placebo group.
  • March and April saw unusually low activity, as did June.
  • The extent and thickness of the pack ice has reached unusually low levels in several recent years.
  • The height available for road traffic passing beneath the bridge is only which is unusually low for a bridge over an A-road.
  • On the day of the attack, rain was falling and the clouds were unusually low.
  • The crash was reported by two local fishermen who claimed they saw the helicopter flying unusually low.
  • In 1986 the water of the lake reached an unusually low point.
  • However there are an unusually low number of follicles per cone -- often only one.
  • Dubreuillosaurus has an unusually low and long skull, with a length three times the height.
  • The river, which happened to be unusually low for the time of year, was easily forded. Cited from The Seven Great Monarchies, Vol 5. (of 7): Persia, by George Rawlinson
  • The public school system is also proud of having an unusually low drop-out rate in the elementary grades and high school.
  • Orthostatic hypotension means an unusually low blood pressure when the patient is standing up.
  • They are unusually low, allowing them to fit under bridges that taller engines could not.
  • The amount of animal bone found was unusually low.
  • Major sequences in the movie were famously shot from an unusually low dog's point of view.
  • They stood directly in front of the bands in an effort to keep people off the unusually low stage set up at the bottom of a low slope.
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